Cardiff inks MoU with Felda on community football

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CARDIFF: Cardiff City has signed a memorandum of understanding with Felda to bring community development through football among its families.
Among key areas to be looked at are developing a sport-based curriculum for higher secondary school students, English language proficiency and coaching and grassroots education.
The agreement was penned by Felda director-general Datuk Dzulkifli Abdul Wahab and Cardiff City chairman Datuk Chan Tien Ghee at the club’s stadium.
A pilot project between the two organisations started on Sept 19 at Felda Jengka in Pahang with 70 participating students.
The club’s Head of Education Steven Ellis said the syllabus, based on UK’s Business and Technology Education Council (BTEC), will be equivalent to SPM-V qualifications and will commence in September next year.
Two coaching staff, including former players Kevin Cooper and Matthew Holland, have been based in Malaysia since July.
“This development is an extension of what Cardiff City aims to contribute to Malaysia in terms of community development,” Chan said after the signing ceremony on Monday.
Dzulkifli said that eventually, Felda plans to introduce the programme in all its 317 schemes across the country. — Bernama

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